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Getting schooled with Scholanda Robinson

Scholanda Robinson, aquired in the dispersal draft from Sacramento, was one of only two players to average double-digit scoring for the Shock in 2010. She averaged 11.9 points, 2.4 rebounds, 1.7 assists and 1.6 steals per game for Tulsa. [career and season statistics]

What I learned in 2010:

About myself -

That's a good one. I don't know if I've learned anything that I didn't already know. I think I'm mentally tough and it's taken a lot of that to make it through this season.

About my game -

I guess just that when I'm confident I can play up to a much higher level than people have seen. That's the biggest thing this year, just trying to stay confident and knowing that I'm capable of doing the things that I haven't necessarily shown since I've been in the league.

About my teammates -

Just that they're all great people. I've never played with any of them, so getting to know them this season was a lot of fun. Getting to know them as people and getting to know what great people they are and how tough everybody on this team is.

About the coaches -

First time really getting to know them, didn't know what to expect. I don't know if I could say I learned anything new, maybe I'll be able to answer that better next year.

About Tulsa -

It has a lot more here than I initially thought when I first heard that this was where I was coming. I found some really good restaurants and the people are great and the fan support is huge - something that is really nice to see.

My fondest memory -

I think I would just say the point where we gelled as a team off the court. Just once we clicked and we got some harmony amongst ourselves and realized that we really got along as a group and we really enjoyed each other. I think it was probably around the point when I think maybe Tiffany ... after we made some changes and things, probably around then.

My toughest memory -

Just all the losses, knowing that we're a much better team than our record shows. That's had to be the toughest thing to deal with this season.

My offseason plans -

Rest. Get some rest, let these bumps and bruises heal up a little bit and then probably go overseas and play in January. Oh! And spend time with my baby, I can wait. Go home to my baby.